Convention is absolutely one of our favorite times of the year. It brings our Gold’s Gym family from across the world together to share, learn and interact…from franchise owners to gym support teams to our valued vendor partners.

As you may already be aware, we are foregoing an in-person Convention this year to continue to do our part to fight the spread of COVID-19 and allow all of us to stay focused on the reopening of our gyms and the safety of our members and team members.

That said, we are excited to announce that we’ve already rescheduled Convention back at the Red Rock next year for July 19-21, 2021! Additionally, we will continue to recognize and celebrate the achievements of our teams around the world in 2020 with a virtual awards ceremony the week of July 27th. Stay tuned for details there as we get closer to the date.

On behalf of the entire Gold’s Gym executive team and our global support staff, we continue to send you all the best to stay safe and stay strong. While we will miss seeing you in Las Vegas this summer, we are here 24/7 to support you and look forward to seeing you all back in your gyms very soon.

Adam Zeitsiff, President & CEO, Gold’s Gym

Craig Sherwood, Chief Development Officer, Gold’s Gym



Will the convention be rescheduled?

Yes, we have rescheduled Convention for July 19-21, 2021. We will not be holding a Convention in 2020.


Will paid attendee registrations be refunded?

Yes, all attendees have been refunded for their registration fees. These refunds have already been processed to your original form of payment. If you have not received your refund by June 15, 2020 please contact Bridget Sypolt at


Will hotel costs be refunded?

Please contact the Red Rock Hotel to cancel your reservation with no penalty. Click here to edit your reservation online or call the hotel directly at 702-797-7777.


Will franchisees and vendors be refunded for airline tickets?

Gold’s Gym is not responsible for attendee air travel accommodations. We encourage you to consult directly with your air carrier for information. Most airlines are being very flexible during this pandemic.